The makers of The Lost Boys: The Tribe sure are taking the film’s heritage seriously, bringing back both characters and music from Joel Schumacher’s original for the sequel, which hits DVD July 29th (pre-order it here).
Doing my occassional snooping about the internet, I stumbled upon the existence of a new slasher flick I was previously unaware of entitled Spiker, about a maniac who lays waste to his victims with railroad spikes. The original title of the film was Blood Rails, but the producers have wisely changed it to Spiker, which I think we can all agree is more direct to the point.
Ehren Kruger is back adapting novels for the big screen (you may remember his last one, Blood and Chocolate?) according to this morning’s Variety. The trade reports that Rogue Pictures has just nabbed Kruger’s adaptation of The Keep.
Alfred Hitchcock wasn't too far off.
Our friends over at Icons of Fright got word that a familiar convention is making its way back to the Big Apple.
The last time we saw the Creeper, he was nailed to a wall with a harpoon gun pointed, happily awaiting his return in 23 years. Just how will the "Bat Outta Hell" manage to escape the trap that has been waiting for him for over two decades?
Arrow in the Head scored itself some exclusive pics from the upcoming horror flick starring their very own John Fallon, 100 Feet, and since they're out there, we figured we'd point you in the right direction! For the uninitiated, here's the official plot synopsis:
**Scroll to the bottom for the update!** Great news out there for all you fans of tiny dolls that have been running amok due in part to demonic infestations!
A funny version of House of the Dead? Because Uwe Boll's original version of House of the Dead wasn't funny enough?
The newest trailer for the second Mummy sequel appeared online this week (and across theatres nationwide with The Hulk) over at Rob Chohen's official blog.
I wanted to bring this story to you guys sooner ... but stuffing dead bodies down the toilet sort of caused a large flood in the Dread Central office. Leason learned!
Seeing as how I usually handle a lot of the indie flicks that crawl around our genre, it's my duty to keep you all informed on what is coming down the low budget tubes.
Fangoria got the skinny on when Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer would be available for North American audiences. Sadly, the locations listed are only in Canada, but a big turn will hopefully push the screenings into the States.
The official site for Oliver Blackburn's murderous boating holiday, Donkey Punch, just opened up. What lies within could contain spoilers, but brave adventurers into the open sea will find new videos, pics, music and even free merchandise!
How ironic that the first I hear about a new Barbie doll based on Tippi Hedren's character in the classic The Birds comes from gossip site Defamer of all places.